Some Interesting Facts About Past Christmas Bird Counts
The Owatonna Christmas Bird count began in 1972.
Biofuels Reach A Landmark In Minnesota
There are now 300 stations in Minnesota selling 88 octane fuel in the state.
Red Cross Offering Gift Cards To Donors
As we enter the holiday season, the American Red Cross continues to endure a blood shortage
How About Those Gas Prices?
Travel time is a coming with the holidays.
Minnesota Maintains Dicamba Cutoff Date
Minnesota will keep the June 20 cutoff date for farmers to use the herbicide dicamba
OPU To See Some Rate Decreases
New Owatonna Public Utilities General Manager, Roger Warehime was a guest on AM1390's Talk of the Town.
Christmas Concerts On AM1390
rea Christmas concerts are underway and AM1390 will broadcast a number of them starting December 17. Here's the broadcast schedule.
The Worst Christmas Treat I Ever Had
The picture is that of a Christmas cookie that was my hands down favorite as a kid and still ranks high on my list.
What Do You Do For Child Care?
The Southern Minnesota Initiative Foundation based in Owatonna is accepting applications for a new grant program entitled Communities Address the Child Care Shortage
You Still Need To Check The Ice
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has issued a reminder that early ice can be dangerously deceptive.
What's Minnesota's Favorite Christmas Treat?
The folks at offer.com have released the result of a survey taken by American adults via Google Surveys.
School Christmas Concerts About To Begin
Area schools begin their Christmas concert schedules next week
This Is For The Birds
Owatonna's 47th Christmas Bird Count will take place Saturday, December 15
Blooming Prairie's Holiday Dazzle
This Friday, December 7 marks the date for Blooming Prairie's Holiday Dazzle
Steele, Rice and Waseca Counties To Receive Disaster Funds
Governor Mark Dayton today announced the authorization to use funds from the State Disaster Assistance Contingency Account to help counties who suffered storm damage between September 18-20.
A TV Show That Starred 2 Native Minnesotans
There have been several TV shows based in Minnesota such as the Mary Tyler Moore Show and Coach.
Steele Co. Within 50 Of Its High Mark For Workers
The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development sends out a regular news letter and usually profiles a few counties
Riverland's Econonic Impact
Riverland Community College has campuses in Owatonna, Albert Lea, and Austin. In a study result report released by Minnesota State, it says that Riverland contributed to the local economy $121.4 million in Fiscal Year 2017
Shooting Range Grants Available
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is accepting applications for shooting range grants.
Christmas in the Country Comes to Ellendale
Leading up to Christmas in the Country in Ellendale there will be a Christmas concert this Sunday, December 2 at 3PM at the United Methodist Church in Ellendale